News and Events

Jersey City, NJ, March 2, 2020. – Dr. Arthur Diskin, Future Care’s Global Medical Director , spoke at the Connecticut Maritime Convention (CMA) Lunch on February 27 held at Water’s Edge at Giovanni’s II, CT. Dr. Diskin’s presentation was specifically directed to assisting the maritime industry in responding to the threat of COVID-19 onboard ship … Continue reading “Future Care Global Medical Director Speaks on Managing the Response to COVID-19 at Connecticut Maritime Convention Lunch in CT USA”

Yuki Yu, Future Care’s Director of Asian Marketing, visited separately with claims executives in both China P&I Club’s headquarter office in Hongkuo, Shanghai and the American Club’s Shanghai officelast December. Yuki discussed matters of concern with the claim executives of each Club, including high medical costs encountered in the United States and in a number … Continue reading “Future Care Asian Business Development Representative visited P&I Club Shanghai offices in December 2019”

Jersey City, NJ, November 11, 2019. – Future Care’s CEO Christina DeSimone recently presented as a keynote speaker at the Fort Lauderdale Marine Club (FLMC) Seminar on October 29th Fort Lauderdale, Florida, hosted by Fort Lauderdale Mariners Club. Ms. DeSimone was on the Panel addressing “Knowledge after the injury: Oh my aching back!”   Ms. … Continue reading “Future Care CEO Ms. Christina DeSimone Speaks at the Fort Lauderdale Marine Club Seminar”

Lucy Sofronis, our Business Development Director was a panelist at the Mare Forum 2019 Mykonos, well attended by the international shipping elite.  The forum staged a number of lively discussions among the panelists.  Subjects discussed included the future of shipping in Greece, regulations, the environment and the impact of new technologies and systems.  Although busy … Continue reading “FutureCare Business Development Director is a Panelist at the Mare Forum 2019 Mykonos”

Future Care’s CEO Christina DeSimone recently responded to interview questions during the 2019 Connecticut Maritime Association (CMA) Exhibition in Stamford, Connecticut.  Please find below an excerpt of the interview. Q.          Tell us a few words about your company. What products/ services do you provide? A. Future Care is a woman owned minority business specializing in … Continue reading “Interview With FutureCare Inc’s CEO Christina DiSimone at the 2019 Connecticut Maritime Association (CMA) Exhibition”

Telemedicine has made a huge difference in the well-being of seafarers. BY WENDY LAURSEN 2018-12-17 17:58:27 The limited ability to provide medical care at sea has been classified as one of the “special risks” for seafarer stress. The authors of a 2015 article published in the Review of Psychology observed that stress resulting from treatment … Continue reading “A Phone Call Away – Maritime Executive Article”

Ms. Yuki Yu, Future Care’s Director of Asian Marketing, presented at the North American Marine Environment Protection Association’s (NAMEPA) 2018 Annual Conference “The New CSR: Ethical, Strategical, Sustainable” on October 25thaboard the MV Hornblower Infinity at Pier 20 in New York City. Ms. Yu’s speech focused on “Shipping’s Responsibility to the Mariner” and highlighted best … Continue reading “Yuki Yu presents at NAMEPA 2018”

By Lawrence Jacobson, Managing Director P&I, Future Care, Inc. Presented by Yuki Yu, Director of Asian Marketing for Future Care, Inc. Good afternoon to you all.  My name is Yuki Yu.  I am the Director of Asian Marketing for Future Care, Inc., a provider of medical management and cost containment services to the maritime industry. … Continue reading “Fulfilling the Shipowner’s Duty of Care to Crewmembers Through Shipboard Wellness”

For more than 15 years Christina Desimone has driven Future Care to be a transcendent maritime medical care enterprise. While the company fully embraces technology and the advent of telemedicine, it ventures far beyond traditional maritime medical solution providers, managing the logistics of effective and efficient mariner care from the beginning of the incident to … Continue reading “The Future (of Maritime) Care”